Student Organizations

Student organizations enhance the quality of life at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Student Organizations at Carey

Students at the Carey Business School are encouraged to get actively engaged outside the classroom via a variety of options: clubs, organizations, workshops, special programming, competitions, and, conferences, to name a few. In academic year 2015-2016 we registered 43 student organizations who have planned and executed over 210 events! 

Organizations Include:Baltimore/Columbia Student Government


  • Black, Hispanic, and Indian Association 
  • Carey Connect
  • Carey Consulting Club
  • Carey Marketing Association
  • Carey Women in Business
  • Chinese Student and Scholars Association
  • D.C./Rockville Student Government
  • Design for America
  • Financial Technology Club (F-Tech)
  • Finance Discussion Group (FDG)
  • Foodie Club
  • Healthcare Business Association

  • Hopkins Biotech Network
  • Information Systems Club
  • Innovation Factory
  • Investment Banking Club
  • Net Impact
  • Out for Business
  • Pan-Asian Career Association (JHU-PACA)
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital Club
  • Real Estate and Investment Association
  • Risk Management Club
  • Sports Management at Carey
  • Young Professionals in Energy


To serve our student organizations needs better, students now can utilize B-Involved. To view our currently active clubs and organizations, or to start your own, please go to B-Involved

The following guides and information is available in B-Involved: Student Organizations Handbook, Events Request Form, Reimbursement Requests, and the following step-by-step guides:

B-Involved is your one-stop resource for joining and starting organizations, as well as the place to RSVP for events, connect with social media for clubs and organizations, hold elections, request funding, and much more.

Carey students might want to participate in the following competitions:

  • A list of competitions on the MBA - website
  • Toyota Mobility Challenge - supported by Carey's Net Impact Club. Contact Leah Sbriscia at
  • The Aspen Institute Business and Society International MBA Case Competition. Contact Karan Teckchandani at
  • Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge. Contact Karan Teckchandani at 
  • JHU Business Plan Competition. Contact Karan Teckchandani at
  • Licensing Executives Society Foundation International Graduate Student Business Plan Competition.
  • 2016 Minority MBA Student Case Competition at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business. Contact David Harrison at
  • ETF Global Portfolio Challenge

For more information about student clubs and activities, please contact your campus' Student Services representative:


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